Soviet Collapse, Chechen Wars, Ethnic Relations. A Discussion With Alexander Verkhovsky

Cyril Babeev

Soviet Collapse, Chechen Wars, Ethnic Relations. A Discussion With Alexander Verkhovsky

Cyril Babeev interviews SOVA Center director Alexander Verkhovsky on ethnic relations after the Soviet Union's collapse, and the two Chechen Wars that were closely linked to questions of national identity in the early days of the Russian Federation.

Xi Faces Mounting Problems as CCP Issues His Strongest Mandate Yet

Victoria Jones & Caroline Sutton

Xi Faces Mounting Problems as CCP Issues His Strongest Mandate Yet

China's human rights record has led Western countries to boycott the 2022 Beijing Olympics. As China alienates those abroad, the CCP signals with a "historical resolution" that there will be no change in leadership.

How Chile’s Past Has Marred Its Political Present

Fernanda Alvarez Piñeiro

How Chile’s Past Has Marred Its Political Present

Today, Chileans are casting votes for their new president. This election has shown that Chile, viewed as a beacon of stability in a continent otherwise plagued by fragile institutions, is not immune to political extremism.

“Here to Stay:” How the UK Failed Its Eastern Europeans

Melania Parzonka

“Here to Stay:” How the UK Failed Its Eastern Europeans

In her newest book, Yva Alexandrova illuminates the perspective of Eastern European migrants in the UK. Using data and personal stories, she makes the case for freedom of movement and shows how Eastern Europeans have been let down by both the Left and the Right.

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